Author Archive: Garasho

On Ethiopia’s Charges of Terrorism Against Political Leader

Press Statement John Kirby Assistant Secretary and Department Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs Washington, DC April 29, 2016   The United States is deeply concerned by the Government of Ethiopia’s recent decision to file terrorism charges against Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC) First Vice-Chairman Bekele Gerba and others in the Oromia region who […]

 
 

UPDATE: DANGEROUS GAS DEAL EXPOSES OGADEN POPULATION TO GREAT RISK

March 15, 2016 Bearing the European Parliament resolution of 21 January 2016 on the situation in Ethiopia in mind, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), following consultation with its sources, would like to update you on the possible impacts of the natural gas exploitation and export deal between Ethiopia, Djibouti and China on […]

 
 

Ogaden and Oromo Communities Demonstrate in Berlin

Dispatch from Berlin by Garaad Suge November 13, 2015 The Ogaden and Oromo communities, both supporters the Peoples Alliance for Freedom and Democracy have demonstrated today in front of the German Bundestag in Berlin. The two communities turned in great numbers and their shouting shook the street of Berlin this morning. […]

 
 

Handbooks for Engagement with the UN System and the AU HRC

UN Civil Society Hand  Book ( OHCHR) About the Handbook Working with the United Nations Human Rights Programme: A Handbook for Civil Society is addressed to the civil society actors who, every day in every part of the world, contribute to the promotion, protection and advancement of human rights. A Handbook […]

 
 

UNPO Welcomes New Member, District of Columbia

UNPO presidency Accepts Washington DC membership at Palace of Justice in Brussels. Washington DC is requesting the right of self-determination from USA Congress for statehood. The USA government does not detain or shoot Washington DC State campaigners like governments other UNPO members are complaining about, however a right denied is in Washington DC is as painful as a right denied to other disenfranchised members of UNPO.

 
 

UNPO Welcomes the Founding of Peoples Alliance for Freedom and Democracy

Through diplomatic, advocacy and awareness campaigns, the PAFD will foster favourable conditions for achieving a peaceful and orderly transfer of power to the peoples by engaging representatives of all the different nationalities and other stakeholders committed to genuine democracy.

 
 

Senator Paul Strauss Applies for Washington DC Admission to UNPO

Taxation without representation in Washington DC is no longer a concern only for Washington DC residents. Forty-four other nations are also adopting that battle cry!, standing by their new found cause-mates in America.

 
 

Ogaden Report 2015

Ogaden Report 2015

This is a brief report about the current Human Rights and Humanitarian situation in Ogaden issued by Ogaden Peoples Rights organisation on September 23, 2015. The report is about how events are starting to resemble the catastrophe that befell the Ogaden people after the Obole incident in 2007. The Chinese are back in force and are planning to export gassed oil from the Ogaden, while credible sources are reporting that ONLF is preparing for a major show down with the Ethiopian army regarding this issue.

OPRO will keep issuing periodic reports and updates as the situation develops.

 
 

The Grand 15 Eritrean Festival in London UK

 the Grand 15 Eritrean Festival in the UK that took place on 25 -26 July 2015 at Lee Valley Leisure Complex Centre Edmonton, London United Kingdom. The Ogaden National Liberation Front high officials were among the guests of honour at the Opening Ceremony. Abdirahman Mahdi the ONLF Foreign Secretary who […]

 
 

Thousands of Somalis detained in Ethiopia and Ogaden on the pretext of Security for Obama’s visit

Saturday, July 11, 2015 Reporters in Ogaden and Addis Ababa have reported that the Ethiopian security in Addis Ababa and other towns in Ethiopia are rounding thousands of Somalis regardless of being from Ogaden, Djibouti or Somalia and are detaining them, claiming that all Somalis are a threat to the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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